Last week, Juan Toscano-Anderson signed a contract with the Warriors for the rest of the season.
By doing so, he became the first Golden State player ever to have attended Warriors Basketball Camp as a kid.
The 26-year-old grew up in East Oakland and attended the camp when he was in third grade.
"I do not remember too much," Toscano-Anderson told Mark Willard on KNBR 680 on Tuesday night. "One thing I remember is just being at the Marriott. When you're a kid -- the practice facility is at the hotel -- and when you're a kid, you're always looking for the pool.
"I do remember looking over the balcony into the pool and I'm like, 'Oh, that's a nice pool.' That's one thing I do remember."
This makes perfect sense and is very relatable.
Toscano-Anderson -- who attended Castro Valley High School -- is averaging 4.0 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 1.0 steals in 15.7 minutes over three games so far.
He has made a lot of Bay Area residents proud.